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NBA player LeBron James has been dubbed “King James” by those who choose not to see, and given how the now very woke league yields to the athlete’s every whim, the title has clearly gone to his head.
James was returning from a one-game suspension Wednesday, after being ejected from a game Sunday over an apparent cheap shot to the face of an opponent who was left bloodied — more on that later. Playing against the Indiana Pacers, James’ floundering Los Angeles Lakers took the game into overtime and that’s when the left-wing primadonna player took exception to something a couple of fans said and had them ejected from the game — that’s some power a player has to determine, with no opportunity for due process, who is granted the privilege of watching spoiled, multi-million dollar athletes compete.
(For what it’s worth, the price for courtside seats at an NBA game can run into the thousands of dollars.)
In the footage below, James is seen speaking to a referee while pointing in the direction of a man and woman sitting courtside, and the pair were soon being escorted out of Gainbridge Fieldhouse by security — the term “LeSnitch soon began trending:
LeSnitch is trending. I can’t. 😂😂😂pic.twitter.com/IPjWHMsAeQ
— TodayInSports (@TodayInSports__) November 25, 2021
It’s not clear what was said, but the woman was seen hilariously making a pouty-lip impression as she was being ejected, feigning that she was rubbing her eyes as if crying — there was no mistake that this was directed at Lebron James.
Speaking to reporters after the game, a self-righteous James justified his actions.
“There’s a difference between cheering on your home faithful, booing opponents, not wanting your opponents to be successful and there’s then moments where it goes outside the line with obscene gestures and words,” he told reporters, according to USA Today. “That shouldn’t be tolerated in our game from nobody. I would never say it to a fan and a fan should never say it to a player.”
Keep in mind, this is the same individual who mocked 18-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse after he had an emotional breakdown on the stand during his recent trial as he recounted the events of the night he was forced to defend himself with a rifle during the 2020 rioting in Kenosha, Wisc., killing two rioters and wounding another.
“What tears????? I didn’t see one. Man knock it off! That boy ate some lemon heads before walking into court,” James tweeted.
James took on a similar disposition displayed toward the ejected fans when he was suspended earlier this week — fittingly, given the state of the NBA under Commissioner Adam Silver, the opponent left bloodied, Detroit Pistons star Isaiah Stewart, was suspended two games for being overly upset about getting smacked in the face.
Lebron James is 100% responsible for the altercation in the Lakers vs Pistons game pic.twitter.com/V9NzC1MIdP
— HIsiah Thomas (@RedAlternates) November 22, 2021
“I mean, it’s some bullsh*t. But whatever,” James said, according to the left-wing sports network ESPN. “I gave them my side of the story and then they did what the f–k they got to do.”
According to James, the whole thing was just an accident and Stewart refused to go along with that depiction and accept his attempted apology.
“There was a boxout on the free throw line. His elbow got kind of high, it got me — if you look, if you watch the film — it got me off balanced a little bit, and his elbow lifted my arm, and I basically tried to swim move, swim down on him, on his arm,” James said. “And when I swung down on his arm, he got off balance and the left side of my hand grazed his face. And I knew right away. So, I knew right away I had caught some part of his head. So, I went over to apologize to him, and obviously, you guys saw what happened after that. But definitely accidental.”
A “swim move” with an apparent clenched fist.
Social media was atwitter over the latest shenanigans involving James… here’s a quick sampling of responses to the story from Twitter:
Imagine him playing against the 1980’s Pistons, the 1980’s Celtics of Larry Bird, or the 1990’s Knicks of Pat Riley.
You’d be able to float a ship with all the tears.
— Georgia expat (@pierceoutlaw) November 25, 2021
Wait LeBron James cries about some hecklers courtside…but calls Rittenhouse a pansy for fake tears in a self defence shooting?
— Grizzly (@HoRRoR23) November 25, 2021
— Master At Work (@MasterAtWorkINC) November 25, 2021
And yes, we definitely will talk about the LeSnitch incident that happened at tonight’s game in Indianapolis.
— Skip Bayless (@RealSkipBayless) November 25, 2021
#LeSnitch James is a crybaby coward
Pass it on pic.twitter.com/MEjX8sYb87
— Vince Langman (@LangmanVince) November 25, 2021
— Golden Golem (@golem_golden) November 25, 2021
#LeSnitch be like… LeKaren on the move. pic.twitter.com/IVDLmJRcFy
— Nathaniel Bennett (@el_thani2) November 25, 2021
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